5 Things to Examine When Selecting a Solar Installation Company

Solar for Homeowners | 1 min read

Deciding to install a solar system is a big decision. A solar system is a 30+ year investment, and it’s important to find a company that will stand behind their work and be around to honor any warranties. To help you select the best solar installer for your project, we suggest examining these five areas.

Five Areas To Help Select The Best Solar Installation Company

Look at their online reviews and speak to their customers
You will learn a lot about a company by reading and listening to their customers. Take a look at the company’s reviews on Google and Facebook. Ask the company for a list of customers that you can talk to. Look to fellow businesses, friends, and family for recommendations.

In addition, using websites like Glassdoor will give you a view of the company from an employee’s perspective. How a company function internally

Look at their experience and longevity
Like any purchase, you want to buy from a company that has a strong history of quality and reliability. Spend time researching their past projects. Make sure they are certified by leading solar industry organizations. NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) and SEI (Solar Energy International) are two industry organizations that provide training for installers.

Examine the warranties
Many panels come with 25 or 30-year warranties.  Inverters come with 10, 12, 15, 20, or 25 year warranties depending on the inverter.

Look for an installer that goes above and beyond the manufacturer warranties to guarantee their work and the energy production of the system. These warranties are important for protecting and providing predictability for your investment.

Meet the team
Ask who would be working on your project. Full-service solar installers have in-house team members that complete every step of the project - design, installation, and ongoing monitoring & maintenance. Many solar companies use subcontractors at different stages of the project. These people likely won’t have the certifications and experience that a full-service solar installer will have.

Review their mission statement and company values
The values and mission statement give you a glimpse into the DNA of a business and offer a gauge of how you’ll be treated as a customer. Find a company that has a vision that aligns with your values.

Do you want to examine Paradise Energy Solutions?

To learn more about Paradise Energy Solutions, visit our About Us page and look at our Google reviews.


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